Young men and women who serve as missionaries for The Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter-day Saints have a plaque displayed on the wall by the
Bishop's office in the chapel. The missionary chooses a verse of
scripture that is meaningful to them. A map of the mission and the
mission's name are also shown as well as the dates of service. Once
their mission is completed the plaque is given to them to remind them of
Our son Phillip served in the Brazil Teresina mission from Sept 2010 to Sept 2012. His plaque is shown below. Our son Stanford wanted to serve a mission. He had the strong conviction that he would be cured of cancer and be able to serve. Heavenly Father had other plans for him and he passed away Jan 23, 2007.
A few months ago a good friend in our ward, Kevin Gray, had the prompting that Stanford should have a missionary plaque because he had been called to serve on the other side of the veil. He followed through with the prompting and a plaque was made. That plaque is shown below and is hanging on the wall outside the Bishop's office along side those of the other missionaries serving from the Nashua Ward.